postliberation

postliberation

(ˌpəʊstˌlɪbəˈreɪʃən)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) of, relating to, or occurring in the period after the liberation of a city, state, nation, etc
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82) By showing the Japanese collection, the new Soviet museum stressed Japanese participation in the postliberation construction and Japanese involvement in cultural life.
This historical foundation of the Eritrean nation, still strongly cherished by the liberation struggle generation, is, of course, increasingly at odds with the values and aspirations of the postliberation generation.
Peace education interventions within and outside South Africa in pre-liberation time posed a different challenge than building the new democracy in times of postliberation and democracy.
Postliberation watch is a novel phenomenon in the field of reform and the last link of tactical chain of securityeducative measures, which has been conceptualized and intended in international regulation as an inevitable necessity.
Much as his fictional writing bears the hallmarks of postliberation South African Literature, K.
22) Representatively of traumatic and post-traumatic approach, Hirsch proposes, in Stuart Liebman's words, that "the French public after 1945 failed to register the trauma inherent in compilations of postliberation concentration camp footage.
For instance, she commented that "older and less attractive people simply cannot command the sexual marketplace as the younger and more attractive can (which is why the promises of erasing time and age are such a booming business in a postliberation age).
I would recommend this book for the general reader who is interested in listening to both established and newer voices, but I also could imagine its being put to very good use in courses on Jesus or Christology, contextual and global theologies, and liberation and postliberation theologies.
It is difficult not to visit postliberation Baghdad, with its almost continual power cuts, fuel shortages (ironically for a country that was previously one of the world's most important oil producers) and its terrifyingly casual sectarian violence without ruminating on just how quickly the fabric of urban civilisation can be lost.
By American standards, and to viewers familiar with the postliberation debates surrounding queer representation, Rodrigues can seem remarkably unconcerned with political correctness.
Many postapartheid critics suggest a promotion of new aesthetics in the postliberation literary context (Attridge & Jolly, 1998).
In another article they show how preliberation birthing practices evolved with the postliberation state initiatives to bring scientific knowledge and training to rural midwives.